Science fiction and adventure television is in its dying days.
Science shows that were popular for decades are going the way of the dinosaurs, as television is experiencing a cultural shift toward storytelling, new technology and technology-based storytelling.
In an interview with Science TV Now, Dr. Roberta Kaplan, the president and founder of The Science Fiction Society of America, said that she was shocked to see the number of shows on Discovery that have come to an end.
In a recent survey of viewers, Kaplan noted that a number of them did not watch science fiction or fantasy shows.
She said that they were disappointed that many of the shows that did not come back to life were not science fiction shows at all.
“They just did not have the imagination or imagination for it,” Kaplan said.
“So I think it’s really disappointing.
I think people just weren’t interested in it.”
A growing number of popular shows have been killed offThe Science Fiction and Adventure TV Network, which was founded in 1983, has about 200 shows that are either canceled or are in development for later.
It’s not clear if they will be revived.
One popular sci-fi and fantasy series, Adventure, which is one of the most popular shows of all time, was recently canceled by Discovery in December 2017.
Kaplan also noted that the Discovery Science Channel is not producing a series based on The Hunger Games.
She also said that the network has not announced a revival of the show, which premiered in 2013.
Kaplans own show, Science Fiction, was a hit for Discovery and it was on the air for about seven seasons before it was canceled in October of 2018.
The Discovery Science Network has produced several science fiction series including:The Amazing Race, The Venture Bros., Star Trek: Discovery, and the upcoming Star Trek Discovery.